January 6, 2018

An Early January 2018 Storm

Here in the Northeast, everyone is still digging out from under all the snow left by this week’s winter storm.

The storm, which was called Winter Storm Grayson and "historic bomb cyclone”, left nearly a foot of snow across my Bedford, New York farm that began falling during the early morning hours. The snow came with frigid temperatures, gusty 30-mile-per-hour winds, and very low visibility. I was scheduled to travel back from Florida, but all flights were cancelled - check my Instagram page @MarthaStewart48 to see how I spent my extra time. This winter weather system crippled much of the region, but it still left a beautiful thick coating of powdery, white fluff across the landscape.

Here are some photos taken during the January blizzard of 2018 - enjoy.